STAFFORDSHIRE Moorlands trainer Jennie Candlish sends out only her second runner since lockdown, when Hachert makes his stable debut on the all-weather at Wolverhampton racecourse tomorrow (June 11).
The three-year-old is another interesting import from Ireland to arrive at the Basford Grange stables near Leek.
Hachert has just one previous run under his belt for previous trainer Gary Carroll, a 7f sprint for two-year-old maidens at Leopardstown, last October, in which he finished 15th of the 16 runners.
The horse has a top-class pedigree being out of Sense of Joy by Dansili and was bred at Juddmonte Farms Limited.
Hachert will go again over seven furlongs on his visit to the all-weather surface at Wolverhampton, with Hector Crouch in the saddle for the 3.40 maiden stakes race. He will be running in the colours of Jonathan and Catherine Williams.
The Candlish yard emerged from lockdown last Thursday, when Show Palace tested the all-weather surface over five-furlongs at Newcastle, finishing tenth of 11 runners under jockey Joe Fanning.
It was the yard's first runner since signing off with two winners over the jumps at Kelso on March 17 - the last day racing in the UK because of the coronavirus pandemic.